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A year after Hurricane Harvey brought Houston to its knees, the city is still wrestling with how to prepare for the next great storm. There’s no shortage of good ideas, but in Houston, that’s never been the problem.
The Inc. 5000 list analyzes the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.—and more of them are in Texas than in any state besides California.
He worked 80-hour weeks to send money home to his family. The driver who ran him over had been in and out of trouble for years.
The second ranking Republican expressed admiration for the Dallas diva following reports of her drug overdose and entering rehab.
As the government contends with 500 children who remain in government facilities, nightmarish tales are emerging of aborted reunifications.
The judge ordered the administration to begin finding missing parents and to reunite them with their children.
An Austin man can’t post a printer gun code on the internet, but you can buy it on a thumb drive for $10.
In a city notorious for neglecting its history, two new initiatives aim to preserve memories of the storm.